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Superstition Wilderness Area, Arizona

 
Superstition Wilderness Area, located east of Phoenix, is revered by gold diggers, hikers and horseback riders. Whether your family outing in this section of the Tonto National Forest takes you on a search for the Lost Dutchman Gold Mine, Hohokam rock art or stunning desert landscapes, the well-developed trail system covering roughly 160,000 acres (64,750 hectares) ensures something for everyone. Yet this starkly beautiful and often rugged wilderness area can be inhospitable to those unpr... Read Moreepared. Select a trail that matches the ability of the least skilled member of your group and plan your outing with the weather in mind.
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Superstition Wilderness

Superstition Wilderness

USDA Forest Service

Superstition Wilderness

Superstition Wilderness

USDA Forest Service

Superstition Wilderness Area tours, guides and outfitters
 
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15371 Ojo Road

Gold Canyon, AZ 85218

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+1 602 810 7029

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Don Donnelly Stables, also known as D-Spur Ranch, is a true working cattle ranch. Enjoy trail rides, hayrides, camp rides and trail riding vacations in the Superstition Wilderness. The minimum age for one-hour trail rides is 6. Advance reservations are recommended for trail rides and required for all other activities.
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OK Corral, Inc. (Outfitter)
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2655 E Whiteley St

Apache Junction, AZ 85219

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+1 480 982 4040

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OK Corral, U.S. Forest Service licensed, offers hourly trail rides in the Goldfield Mountains and half-day horseback rides and overnight pack trips in the Superstition Wilderness. Advance reservations are recommended for trail rides and required for all other activities. Children aged 6-7 are led on their own horse.
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